WITHIN TEXAS – Amjad Taha who is the regional director of the British Middle East Center for Studies and Research with over 400,000 followers on Twitter, has alleged that Qatar has bribed players of Ecuador ahead of the opening game.
He alleges that the World Cup hosts bribed eight Ecuadorian players $7.4 million to lose the opening game of the tournament, to be held on November 20 at the Al Bayt Stadium, Out Kick reports.
On Twitter Amjad Taha wrote:
Exclusive: Qatar bribed eight Ecuadorian players $7.4 million to lose the opener(1-0 ⚽️ 2nd half). Five Qatari and #Ecadour insiders confirmed this.We hope it’s false. We hope sharing this will affect the outcome.The world should oppose FIFA corruption.
Exclusive: Qatar bribed eight Ecuadorian players $7.4 million to lose the opener(1-0 ⚽️ 2nd half). Five Qatari and #Ecadour insiders confirmed this.We hope it's false. We hope sharing this will affect the outcome.The world should oppose FIFA corruption.@MailSport #WorldCup2022
— Amjad Taha أمجد طه (@amjadt25) November 17, 2022
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As of the time of writing, with only a few days left to the start of the tournament, world football body FIFA and the government of Qatar are yet to deny the rumours.
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